Qatar Quits OPEC; Sends Signal to Trump, Saudi

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Oil prices rose five percent in early trading on December 3 after Qatar announced its plan to leave OPEC, the world’s largest oil-producing bloc of nations. While Qatar says the move is economic not political, Clarion analysts say it is a clear signal to President Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia and is deeply political. David Harris reports as Qatar quits OPEC:




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David Harris

David Harris is the editor in chief of Clarion Project.